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 Translation Memory 
 Translate faster, deliver accuracy 

Challenges

  • Need to reduce translation costs? 
  • Want to shorten the time required to localize content? 
  • Need to achieve a better, more consistent translation quality?

Why translation memory?

With the growing amount of content that needs to be translated to support global business, translators and localization professionals can utilize translation memory solutions to aid in the localization process to dramatically improve quality and efficiency. All previous translations can be stored for future re-use so the same sentence never needs to be translated, or paid for, twice. Furthermore, the acceleration of project completion allows translators to accept more work and increase earning potential.

How we can help

Results are quick and easy to achieve with our Translation Memory software and include: 

  • Significant reduction in translation costs: you could translate your web site in 50% more languages.
  • Faster translation times: your multi-language handbooks could be completed up to 70% quicker.
  • Improved consistency: approved translations are re-used improving quality and customer satisfaction.

How it works

Translation memory software stores all previously translated content into a multilingual database. These translations can then be applied to new content submitted for translation to reduce the amount of new content that needs to be translated manually. SDL's translation memory technology is scalable from one desktop computer all the way to large enterprise wide implementations.

Increasing Productivity

Translation memory can handle a vast range of different file formats, thus reducing the need for layout editing on the final translation. With integrations into translation management systems, such as SDL WorldServer and automated translation solutions, such as SDL BeGlobal, localization professionals can benefit from additional tools to further increase productivity.

Want to learn more about Translation Memory?

If you are new to translation memory then please use our resources to learn more.
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